The New Jersey men’s basketball team picked up a 67-60 home win against Pennsylvania College of Technology to improve their record to 5-7 overall. 

In the first half it was all Berkeley College as they jumped out to a 23-9 lead in the first 10 minutes of play; sparked by Isaac Robinson’s and Darryl Robinson’s defensive intensity and offensive prowess. The Knights would go up by as many as twenty 
one, 34-13, with six minutes left in the half before Penn College of Tech turned on the defense and only allowed two field goals in the final six minutes. The Knights would go into the locker room up, 37-21.

The second half was mostly Penn College as they cut the Knights lead down to seven, 59-52 with 3:46 remaining. The Knights responded with a fast break three ball to put them back up by ten, 62-52, with 3:36 remaining in the game. Scott Fenton of Penn College would cut the lead to seven again with a lay-up at the 2:22 mark; however, Darryl Robinson converted on a fast break lay-up after stealing the ball to go up, 65-56 with 1:22 left in the game. The Knights would hit their free throws to ice the game with a final score of 67-60.

The Knights were led by Isaac Robinson who posted 16 points six rebounds and five assists. Gary Williams and Darryl Robinson chipped in with 11 and 10, respectfully.

The Knights will next host Milligan College on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at NJIT.